The five Quibi shows deserve to be subscribed

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We all know that Chrissy Teigen is one of our brightest stars, with a list of talents to wash – recently: cooking, tweeting, singing a Vanderpump rules the star’s novelty song on John Legend’s live broadcast – but today you can add a judge (… mediator? intermediary? Chrissy’s Court is a riot of laughter, a takeoff from a legal daytime show hosted by Teigen with jokes from a thousand to a minute and the introduction of the star’s own mother, Pepper Thai (give her a spin-off), as his bailiff. This is Quibi’s best offer today, and sufficient justification for the streaming service. Maybe make each show a Chrissy Teigen show? Just a thought.Brennan Carley, Associate Editor

Nikki Fre $ h

Nikki Fre $ hCourtesy of Carlos Eric Lopez for Quibi

“I am a gardener, a lecturer for bees and a trap icon.” Truer words have never been said about Nikki Fre $ h, the eco-conscious alter-ego of famous personality Nicole Richie. A hilarious bogus documentary that sees Richie spitting bars on herbs, vegetables and saving the planet, this one is really hilarious. The sheer nonsense of Nikki Fre $ h never falls flat: Bill Nye comes out of nowhere and that makes perfect sense. Nikki Fre $ h is a revolutionary, an artist, a legend.—I AM.

Reversed

ReversedCourtesy of Darren Michaels for Qubi

It is difficult to establish the crucial elements of a television program – character, plot, tone – in an hour-long pilot, let alone seven minutes. Except, that is, when said show stars Will Forte and Kaitlin Olson. In Reversed, they embody the pinball machines of the TV house whose dreams of renovation are transformed into cartel nightmares. It’s a comedy in the wheelhouse of each actor, and if you’re in it (in particular, him in Last man on earth, she It’s always nice in Philadelphia), laughter comes easily and early.—Max Cea, GQ contributor

Disorganized

DisorganizedCourtesy of Quibi

Quibi is full of disturbing content, but nothing can really compare to Disorganized, a cooking show and a rival worthy of the chaos of Netflix I have arrived!. Tituss Burgess hosts this reality contest in which a pair of blindfolded chefs are bombarded with a dish via a cannon, which they are then tasked with recreating. It sounds like something Black mirror, but it’s very real, friends.I AM.

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